2017
  96
2016
  94
  95
2015
  92
  93
2014
  90
  91
2013
  88
  89
2012
  86
  87
2011
  84
  85
2010
  82
  83
2009
  80
  81
2008
  79
  78
2007
  76
  77
2006
  74
  75
2005
  72
  73
2004
  71
  70
2003
  68
  69
2002
  66
  67
2001
  64
  65
2000
  62
  63
1999
  60
  61
1998
  59
  58
1997
  56
  57
1996
  55
  54
1995
  52
  53
1994
  50
  51
1993
  48
  49
1992
  46
  47
1991
  44
  45
1990
  43
  42
1989
  40
  41
1988
  39
  38
1987
  36
  37
1986
  34
  35
1985
  33
  32
1984
  31
  30
1983
  28
  29
1982
  26
  27
1981
  24
  25
1980
  23
  22
1979
  20
  21
1978
  19
  18
1977
  17
  16
1976
  14
  15
1975
  12
  13
1974
  10
  11
1973
  8
  9
1972
  6
  7
1971
  4
  5
1970
  1
  2
  3


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